Tonetta Blue is a semi-modular 8-voices polyphonic synthesizer. The frontside spots a clutter-free environment for quick tweaking of the sound, whereas the backside spots a modular environment for additional modulation of the sound.
2 primary sound sources with 19 custom waveforms to choose from.
2 analog style filters.
Curve and LFO modulation.
Convolution reverb, waveshaper, modular EQ, and modular delay.
Add’It is an 8 oscillator additive toy with 4 typical waveforms and a dual SVF multimode filter. Takes advantage of its modulation capabilities segmented in.
A – Amplitude
P – Pitch
B – Stereo balance.
Too few preset programmed, but they sound different compared to any other MVX stuff thanks to the added layers that provide extra timbres that can be dynamically modulated with each of its 3 LFO & 3 ADSR.
It is not intended to create just typical additive stuff like Drawbars or typical organs. The modulated parameters gives a chance to create unique sounds to leave behind the limitations of the subtractive synthesis.
Of course, you’ll need Synthedit 1.0+ to be installed in your system to see it’s bizarre GUI, but its low memory requirements (less than 30MB) won’t eat your resources. CPU usage is also small for nowadays systems as it was initially developed in a Core 2 Duo CPU.
Everything we’ve learnt using Synthedit and making music has been put inside this new plug-in. Although there’s no great presets included, those switchable oscillators from Osmosis, the XT oscillators from Xtruder, the filter cambinations from Filterknock, and the MVM matrix modulation allows the user to recreate a wide range of sounds beyond the limits of classic synths.
Of course, everything is made with Synthedit but a little coloured to get a better timbral experience.
Uraleqfor VST is an advanced multiband processor with multiband
compressors, delays, and balance controls for VST3 (64-bit).
Featuring comprehensive Mid/Side processing, higher order FIR filters, flexible parameter settings, and LFO modulation, Uraleq is suitable for both mixing, mastering, and creative processing.
Cantus 1 is a virtual analog Chorus-Voice-Ensemble. It produces sounds like chanting choirs or singing voices generated by analog synthesis only. You may also get pad sounds with different colourations and vintage touch.
Shurely you know the old string-ensembles like „Solina Strings“, “Crumar”, “Logan Strings” or “ARP Quadra”. Many evergreen rock songs include the sound of this phenomenal vintage instruments. They are available as VST instruments in many versions at all.
Cantus 1 is a bizarre sister of this string ensembles. Using the same basic idea it generates also polyphonic pads but filtered and modyfied to vocal formants. It produces harmonic choirs and voices processed by a formant filter and coloured by a parametric equalizer section. There is also a noise generator for additional breath sound. Cantus 1 sounds really retro and is equipped with chorus effect, stereo delay and reverbation.
It comes with 32 factory presets and a user manual.
Cantus 1- System requirements:
– PC with multicore processor
– Microsoft Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
– Professional soundcard or audio-device with ASIO-driver –technology
– 512 MB RAM
– MIDI-interface and software host supporting VSTi-plugin-technology
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